City of PAE Libraries offers regular programs and events - from children's activities to upskilling and general interest. To find out what's on, search our Event Calendar for the latest programs to suit your needs.
Each of our libraries host programs for the little people in your life.
Baby Bounce sessions are designed specially for children aged 0-2 years. Introduce your child to the joys of language by sharing nursery rhymes, stories, music and songs. These sessions are held weekly. Find a session.
Storytime is held weekly during school term time to encourage the enjoyment of reading and libraries. Stories, songs, rhymes and a simple craft activity are offered in these sessions for 2-5 year olds. Find a session.
School Holiday Programs are held each school holiday period. Each program is themed and your kids will love the range of free events on offer, which include craft, performers, digital workshops and much more. Sessions are very popular so don't forget to book. Keep updated by joining us on Facebook or Instagram @CityofPAELibraries.
You'll find free after school activities across all the branches - please check the Event Calendar for times and locations.
STEM Squad for children aged 9+ who want to learn more about science, technology, engineering and maths with a range of fun activities and experiments. Find a session. (Parks, Port Adelaide and Greenacres only)
Creative Kids is a space where kids can create, invent and discover! There's no need to book. All activities are held 3.30-4.30pm during school terms. Find a session.
Teen Scribblers is for ages 13-18 and encourages love for the written word. Meet and help out other talented teens in this new group at Greenacres Library, 4-5pm every Thursday. Find a session.
Anime Club is for teenagers (15 years+) who love all things anime and manga. The club meets at Enfield Library, Thursdays fortnightly, 4-5pm. Find a session.
The library hosts many events and programs daily, which includes art and craft groups, book clubs,author talks, health and wellbeing workshops, technology programs and information sessions. You'll always find something to suit your needs. Search the Event Calendar to find out what's on and to book your spot (bookings are essential for some programs).
Bring your own laptop, tablet or smart phone to the library and let us teach you the latest tips and tricks. If you have something specific you need help with, we are happy to talk you through it. Find a session.
Spend an hour with a volunteer guiding you through the basic functions of a computer and using the internet. Tips can include browsing the web and setting up and managing an email account. Book into a session.